TPFindi Episode 43 — Fun in the Sun

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Tonight we will look at the latest driver speculation around Dale Coyne Racing, discuss how IndyCar drivers did down in Daytona at IMSA’s headline event, the Rolex 24, we look at IndyCar’s criteria for a title sponsor and what it might imply for the future of the series.

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My main criteria for a title sponsor company would be that their CEO is relatively new so that the likely hood of them being fired and replaced by someone who isn’t interested in motorsports is less likely.

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As stated in the podcast, IndyCars always had issues in its title sponsor from season to season. I remember the CART series taking a strong hit when FedEx dropped the title sponsor. I don’t see any brand coming to their rescue with those requirements from IndyCars. NASCAR had to settle for Monster Drinks for its primary sponsor after Sprint’s departure. If there is anything that I hate about the present IMSA organization is its Balance of Power rules. I know the best compromise is one in which neither party is happy but I think IMSA went too far in favor… Read more »